Wood in the mouth and on the skin

Most of us use wood-based foods and cosmetics on a daily basis. The most familiar wood-based products are probably toothpaste and chewing gum, both rooted in wood-derived fluorine and xylitol. Also, many ketchups contain wood-based cellulose in the form of various fillers and additives.

You can find wood materials in beauty industry, too. For example, birch bark from forest industry side streams may be used in cosmetic products. In addition, bio-based aromas derived from wood are utilised in many fragrances and flavourings.

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Health and well-being from wood

Wood is used to produce biomedical products to support health and well-being.

Wood in the mouth and on the skin

Many of us use wood-based foods and cosmetics on a daily basis.

Woody power and movement

Wood can make us go a long way. Renewable natural resources help us move and produce energy.

Wonders from wood chemistry

Different chemical substances can be processed from wood to meet the needs of society.

Sustainable construction from wooden architecture

Wood can act as a carbon stock in products and buildings even for centuries.

Paper has its place

Not everything can be digitalised. Different types of papers are necessary in our daily lives for many reasons.

Wearing wood delights the user and the environment

Wood provides a more environmentally friendly alternative to textiles made from fossil-based raw materials.

Nature in an eco-friendly package

Wood-based packaging replaces solutions made from non-renewable natural resources.

Interior designer’s go-to material

Wood has always been a good choice as a material for the manufacture of furniture and interior decoration items.

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